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a weapon because it has the same impact" even intentionsal or not when dieferg a car you have driving a dangerous weapon and you can use it wisely and you can really hurt people and kill people. i am excited to hear about the task force who worked in cooperation with the board of supervisors to implement some of the goals identified by the new sea wide strategy and i hope we can share this information between the agencies. the daa is important and we need it to target the improvements and be project ready so they can receive the funding in order to be implemented so i am excited to hear from the presenters today. just an overview first we will have the department of public health present. the last three years of the collision data and the dangerous intersections so we understand the problem. then we will have sfpd talk about the enforcement plan and also we need to change behavior. part of that happens through the enforcement with sfpd. next we have sf mta to talk about the intersections that we are prioritizing the timeline. how they have been working with the data in order to
of intentionses. and i think they are a net negative on our society. and so we're blaming high capacity magazines, we're blaming racism, all sorts of things when, in fact, we need to look in the mirror and recognize we have advocated policies that have been antithetical to the formation of a nuclear-intact family. >> host: larry elder, where can people hear your show? >> guest: i can be heard on kabc here in l.a. my twitter handle is @larryelder. i'm on facebook. >> host: do people go online to listen to you in. >> guest: yes. >> host: you had a national show. >> guest: you can hear my show in bangladesh. i get phone calls sometimes from abbottabad -- not really. [laughter] you can hear my show anywhere. >> host: one of your previous books, "what's race got to do with it," we talked earlier in this program with eric deggans whose newest book is called "race baiter." he got that name because bill o'reilly called him a race baiter saying he wrote about race. there's a victim of -- a culture of victimology among some african-americans. what are your thoughts? >> guest: i have a word i coined, and it
and look what it turned into by june. planting intentionses are just that. we don't know if that's going to go in there. for the back months, you know, you might want to take a look at trying to be a buyer down here on this washout just because of the fact that we may not be able to plant all that's we're looking at. >> intentions, in essence, the presupply of corn might be estimated at the biggest it's going to be to only get modified a bit. what about energy, we did start out with energy. do you see energy prices remaining bland for the rest of the time as we get ready for driving season? >> no, i would imagine that we're going to start to see energy prices come down as well in is all about supply and demand. big supplies of all of these different commodities and a lot less demand. we take a look at copper. we're at, what, 390s. down to 330s. >> despite the optimism bob has in the global economy taking a bit of a toll in that area? >> go new orleans doubt about it. >> carl, back to you. >> you know that's true, rick. thank you so much, rick santelli. >>> when we come back, zombies vers
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